Interference Distributions in Microcell Ensembles

Abstract

An interference model developed for arbitrary microcellular networks, based upon a parameter called the ‘Interference to Noise Ratio’ or INR, is used to derive interference and cell radius statistics for mobile stations in a microcellular network. The theoretical INR and cell radius statistics for simple interference environments show good agreement with numerical Monte Carlo simulations. For more complex environments, it is hypothesised that the Central Limit Theorem could be applied to approximate the behaviour of an interferer ensemble, enabling the cell radius statistics for a network to be expressed in terms of the system design parameters. Simulations of microcell ensembles that support this hypothesis are presented.

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@inproceedings{Jones1995InterferenceDI, title={Interference Distributions in Microcell Ensembles}, author={Brendan C. Jones and David J. Skellern}, year={1995} }